Symptoms from All Types of Allergens are Eliminated with Noninvasive Treatments from the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center
(Middleburg Heights, OH) – This year’s allergy season is off to a fast start. Some 90 million people suffer from environmental allergies, making pain and discomfort common companions as the seasons change. While over-the-counter and prescription drugs provide temporary relief for consumers, medications are not a solution to allergy-based problems.
“You don’t have to live with allergies and take drugs that can have significant side effects,” said Sandi Asazawa, P.A., of the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center (TIMC) in Middleburg Heights. “We have 15 years of experience using our noninvasive method to resolve symptoms associated with spring and fall allergies. In fact, people have come from more than 40 states and 12 countries to go through our program, get relief without drugs or shots.”
The Tenpenny Sensitivity Reduction Technique (T-SRT) is a unique, noninvasive treatment method. Kinesiology, commonly known as muscle testing, is used to identify which allergens are causing a reaction. A proprietary system of tapping on specific acupuncture points adjusts the body’s response to allergens, so the patients become symptom-free. In addition to pollen and grasses, T-SRT can remove sensitivities to hundreds of food and environmental allergens.
Melinda D. traveled from Indiana and said the T-SRT program was an “answer to a prayer” for relief of her decades-long allergies.
“I have been allergic to mold, indoor dust, latex and rubber for almost 30 years,” she said. “After T-SRT, I went into a tire store and has no reactions. Before my treatments, I would have been sick within two minutes. I’m so happy to have relief.”
On average, a patient undergoes 12 treatments; annual checkups are then recommended. “We call the annual visits a ‘tune up’, similar to going to the dentist to have your teeth cleaned. The T-SRT treatments are very long lasting. The money spent on the program truly is a long term investment in your health,” states Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, the founder of TIMC and developer of the program.
“These treatments are painless,” Asazawa said. “At least one-third of our patients are children. The youngest child we’ve treated was only six months of age. She was suffering from reflux caused by a reaction to breast milk and was fine in only 3 treatments. I love working with this program because it helps people of all ages and with so many different sensitivities.”
While no treatment works 100% of the time, T-SRT has an overall success rate of nearly 85%. A free, 15-minute phone consultation with Asazawa is all it takes to determine if T-SRT is the right for you.
About Sandi Asazawa, P.A.
Sandi Asazawa has been a physician assistant at Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center since 1999. She graduated from Kent State University with degrees in psychology and Allied Health, and received her physician assistant degree from Cuyahoga Community College (also known as Tri-C).
About the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center (TIMC)
Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center, formerly OsteoMed II, is a multi-disciplinary medical clinic located in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. The center delivers personalized, medical care and partners with each person to help them achieve optimal health without pharmaceutical drugs. Areas of focus include asthma, allergies, children’s health, fibromyalgia, thyroid and adrenal health restoration and complex pain problems. TIMC offers medically-supervised detoxification and weight loss programs, and vaccine consultations. For more information, call 440-239-3438 or visit the TIMC website at www.tenpennyimc.com.